In the not too distant future, advances in technology have allowed people to enter virtual worlds that are identical to reality. Jake is a player of one such world, and he’s had enough of being killed over and over again. He makes a deal with the game’s creator – if he can make it to level 1000, he will be given immunity from death within the game. Along the way, Jake discovers that there is more going on behind-the-scenes than meets the eye, and soon becomes embroiled in a conflict between rival factions vying for control of the game world. With enemies all around him, Jake must use all his skills and wits if he hopes to achieve his goal and survive…
For who is this book for ?
He Who Fights with Monsters is a LitRPG adventure novel, meaning that it blends the genres of science fiction and fantasy with gaming mechanics. It is perfect for fans of books like Ready Player One or Ernest Cline’s Armada who are looking for a new and exciting take on the genre.
- Fast-paced and exciting
- Well-developed world and characters
- Plenty of plot twists
- The author’s name is Shirtaloon and that’s a made-up word
- The book might not be well written because the author is an unknown
- The book may just be a copy of other books in the same genre
Learn more about the author
Shirtaloon is an author and avid gamer. He has been playing online games since the early days of MUDs, and loves the worlds that they create. When he’s not writing or gaming, Shirtaloon enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.
“If you’re a fan of LitRPG, then this book is for you! Shirtaloon does an excellent job of creating a rich and fascinating virtual world that I couldn’t help but get lost in.”
“This is one of the most exciting LitRPG novels I have read in a while. Shirtaloon has done an excellent job creating a vivid and engaging world, populated by interesting characters.”
“If you’re a fan of LitRPGs or just plain old good action-adventure stories, then this book is definitely for you. Shirtaloon has crafted an exciting and fast paced world that I found incredibly hard to put down.”